U-YouPa – Understanding Youth Participation and Media literacy in Digital Dialogue Spaces
The key goal of this project is to provide a research-based understanding of the interconnection between cultural and technological preconditions for strengthening youth participation in digital dialogue spaces.
Publications and research
Namasinga, Florence (2018). Sourcing in converged media spheres. A study of how print journalists in Uganda use social media in routine news coverage. 310 p.
Selnes, Florence Namasinga (2022). Press Freedom: World perspectives. Lecture on The rig about freedom of express. Department journalism and communication Makerere University.
Selnes, Florence Namasinga (2022). Digitalization as Driver of Inclusion in Education?Experiences from a journalism training institution during the COVID-19 pandemic. Digitalization and practices of inclusion. Faculty of Education Høgeskolen i Innlandet.
Selnes, Florence Namasinga (2022). Snakk om Ukraina og falske nyhetern med de unge. Adresseavisen.
Selnes, Florence Namasinga (2022). «You’re a Marriage Failure!» Theorizing (Online) Mob Violence from Uganda’s Female TV Journalists Tales. World Press Freedom Day - UNESCO Academic coonference. UNESCO.
Selnes, Florence Namasinga (2022). Teens and misinformation on social media: Opportunity or deterrence for participation?. U-YOUPA Meeting and workshop. U-YOUPA.
Selnes, Florence Namasinga (2022). I Thought You are Beautiful: Women Journalists’ Tales of Violence on So Media in Uganda. ICA panel session: Global communication and social change. International Communication Association (ICA).
Selnes, Florence Namasinga; Mozdeika, Lukas (2022). Democratic judgment and digital irony: Reorienting critical media literacy from misinformation to wordlessness as the key symptom of the social media age. Young people, entertainment and cross-media storytelling: perspectives and methods for investigating youth media. ECREA.
Selnes, Florence Namasinga (2021). (Digital) Media and Information Literacy among Teenagers in Norway: Understanding their Experiences and Responses to Misinformation on Social Media. U-YOUPA Consortium meeting. U-YOUPA.